FCRC Volunteers

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The Battle Ground Public Schools Family and Community Resource Center (FCRC) can provide basic student and family needs only with the robust and active support of volunteers.  All of the basic supplies we assist a family with are also a great way to start a conversation with a family about how they can leave poverty behind.  The FCRC partners with several programs who provide assistance with finding a better job, finding housing, going back to school as an adult, meeting medical needs etc.  These services are offered through the FCRC but several other area resources are also available in the FCRC to assist any family in need in Battle Ground Public Schools.

Please consider volunteering  in an area of interest that may meet your availability. Specific times are determined every year, but this will give you a good idea of what to expect and help us coordinate volunteers.  We are also happy to work with groups large and small. Volunteers 18 and older will need to complete a free background check and mentors will have additional requirements.

Thank you for your interest in supporting our local community.

Created by:   Colleen O'Neal
 
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Backpack Distribution (20)

Volunteer at a school for two hours to give backpacks and school supplies out to students two weeks before school starts

 
2 of 20 slots filled
Lydia Sanders
Lydia Sanders

Stuff the Bus with School Supplies event (30)

Volunteer at an area store to receive donations from shoppers and load them on school busses parked nearby. Third Saturday in August

 

School supplies inventory (10)

Count backpacks and school supplies to prepare for students throughout the school year in October

 
1 of 10 slots filled
Diane Castle

Stuff Backpacks (10)

Prepare backpacks for distribution in August for the start of the new school year.

 

BGPS Clothes Closet: Fill Orders (5)

Bag up sizes of available clothes, shoes and coats to go to students 1-2 hours a week during school year. Hours arranged between 9am-3pm. (weekly commitment not required)

 
4 of 5 slots filled
Jaime Cameron
Elizabeth Denton
Dawn Wagner
maureen schuette

BGPS Clothes Closet:Inventory (5)

Help maintain a record of sizes available, 2-3 hours during the year. Hours arranged between 9am-3pm.

 

BGPS Clothes Closet:Sorter (5)

Sort and organize donations throughout the school year. Hours arranged between 9am-3pm.

 
3 of 5 slots filled
Jaime Cameron
Dawn Wagner
breann austin

BGPS Clothes Closet:Clothes Washer (10)

Pick up and take home donated items that need to be washed throughout the year but times are flexible.

 
1 of 10 slots filled
Kathy Schadewitz

BGPS Clothes Closet:Shoppers (2)

When the clothes closet doesn’t have specific sizes available for students, volunteer shopper pick up the item needed at discount prices based on available funds throughtout the year.

 
All slots filled
Elizabeth Denton
Dawn Wagner

BGPS Clothes Closet: Runner (3)

Pick up and deliver lost and found clothes donated to fhe cloothes closet. 1 hour per week total need, but can be spread among several volunteers. Hours arranged

 
2 of 3 slots filled
Jaime Cameron
Diane Castle
I volunteer at Tukes Valley campus, Pleasant Valley campus Lauren, Glenwood so it would be easy for me to collect and deliver the clothes from there. However, I’m available for all the schools.

BGPS Clothes Closet: Coordinator (2)

Volunteer to be the point person who other volunteers can contact and organize filling clothing orders and volunteers throughout the year. Mainly done through email communication so times are flexible.

 

Homeless Students Advisory Board (12)

Have you been homeless or are you interested in helping problem solve homeless issues? We need your input, 1hr-four times a year

 
1 of 12 slots filled
Diane Castle

Senior Gradpack Advisor (20)

Volunteers can work with seniors in high school to help them have a full senior experience by getting help with Grad Night, Senior Sweatshirt, Cap and Gown and other senior year activities. Throughout the school year, culminating in June as needed.

 

Giving Trees (20)

For schools who don’t have a giving tree, work with the FCRC to assist in providing a full holiday experience to families in need 1 hour a week, October through December

 
2 of 20 slots filled
Kathy Schadewitz
Dawn Wagner

Brochure Folder (20)

To reach all community members FCRC brochures are needed on an ongoing basis. Volunteer to come sit in the FCRC or take bunches of FCRC tri-folds home to fold, anytime throughout the year.

 
2 of 20 slots filled
Diane Castle
Elizabeth Denton

Birthday Club (5)

Volunteer to help students in need by putting together gift bags, birthday party supplies or shopping for student needs to ensure students with severe needs get a little something for their special day. One hour per quarter throughout the school year

 
2 of 5 slots filled
Diane Castle
Dawn Wagner

FCRC Internship (2)

Local college students will learn to put systems and structures in place, recruit and coordinate volunteers, manage data and learn to operate an FCRC that serves 18 schools.

 
1 of 2 slots filled
Izzabella Perini
I'm a Running Start student in my senior year of Highschool/sophomore year of college with morning/late afternoon availability.


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